United Nations Commission on Science and Technology
General Assembly Committees are various branches of the main legislative and policy making division of the United Nations. The General Assembly is comprised of 30 committees: 4 main committees, 6 commissions, 7 boards, 4 councils, and 1 board, as well as various other subsidy organs. These organs work together to create the legislation and policy put out by the UN that focus on issues that pertain to the world and directly affect the member states of the United Nations. Each general assembly committee has its own unique role, but all have the common goal of creating solutions to solve the world’s most pressing issues, as well implementing sustainable development goals that the United Nations has laid out in their respective policies.